August 28, 2012
I've been a donor to the Civil War Trust for years. The trust uses a combination of government grants and private donations to preserve unprotected tracts of Civil War batte fields for future generations. As a Civil War buff, I've always felt that these battle fields are an extremely important part of our nation's history, so I appreciate and support the Civil War Trust's coordinated and effective efforts to preserve these lands forever. Donors can support the Civil War Trust through regular monthly donations and/or through donations targeted at campaigns to save particular tracts of land. For the specific campaigns, the Trust provides historical background, maps, and perhaps most importantly, RESULTS. When the Trust wins a battle to save a crucial piece of hallowed ground, each donor KNOWS about it and can share in the sense of accomplishment. Bottom line, the Civil War Trust has saved thousands of acres of Civil War battle fields for our kids and our kids' kids.
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